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Let us spend a few minutes knowing about the life of I.A.S. Officer D.K. Ravi, who fought against the sand mafia, and recently lost his life under suspicious circumstances. 

Let us pledge to continue his fight against corruption.

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Delhi Chief Minister, Shri Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister, Shri Manish Sisodia at the 10th convocation of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University at Dwarka.
His Excellency the vice president of India Shri Hamid Ansari also attended the event.

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Must Read: Aam Aadmi Party's Delhi Dialogue Commission meets with Sports experts and professionals to draw up the road-map to improve sporting facilities and culture in Delhi. The meeting was chaired by Mr. Ashish Khetan, Vice-Chairman, Delhi Dialogue Commission and Co-chaired by Mr. Rahul Mehra, Coordinator, DDC Sports Task Force and was attended by:
> Abhinav Bindra, Olympic Gold Medalist, Shooting
> Manisha Malhotra, Former Tennis Player & CEO, Mittal Championship Trust
> Aakaash Chopra (via skype), Cricketer & Commentator
> Sukhwant Basra, Sports Editor, Hindustan Times
> Vidushpat Singhania, Sports Lawyer
> Saumil Majmudar (via skype), CEO, Edusports
> Dr. Rajat Chauhan, Sports Medicine Specialists
> Ms. Kaniz, State Head, Magic Bus Foundation
> Ashish Joshi, Member Secretary, Delhi Dialogue Commission
> Anurag Kundu and Roshan Shankar, DDC Coordinators

Minutes Of The Meeting:

The inputs of Mr. Satyanarayan, Founder & Chairman, Career Launcher and Mr. Viren Rasquinha, Former Hockey Captain and CEO, Olympic Gold Quest were received before the meeting.

Ms. Sukhwinder Saini, National Gold Medalist Judo, Mr. Ravinder Dahiya (International Judo Player, Mr. Chandrapal) and Mr. Chetan Misra (Managing Director, The Football Link) apprised the group of the challenges, concerns of sportspersons and offered few solutions too.
Under-utilization of Existing Sports Facilities:

The sportspersons and professionals expressed their concern over the underutilization of the sports infrastructure like school playgrounds, DDA Sports Complexes, parks and other open spaces. It was suggested that:
a. Government maps all the existing sports facilities and infrastructure along with the the authority that owns them
b. Government School playgrounds be opened for community children in the evenings.
c. Government engages with Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) to open up residential parks for sports.
d. Open spaces of the communities be utilized for sports in engagement with the civil society and the local people.

Integration of Sports with Education:

The group acknowledged that for the purpose of grassroot development of sports a model that involves the school is most likely to be scalable and sustainable. Highlighting the role Sports can play in making education more holistic and meaningful, its impact on the health and potential of sports in curbing crime in the society and dropout rates in school, it was suggested that:
a. Right to Play be considered a legal right of every child at school level.
b. Students’ Fitness Improvement Programmes be launched at school level.
c. Sports competitions and festivals be organized at various levels including schools, colleges,district and state level.
d. Schemes like Marks for Sports be floated to incorporate sports in the academics of the school.
e. Scholarships based on sports be granted.
f. Sports as a way of life be included in the teachers’ training modules.
g. Sports be used to curb dropout rate and other social evils.


Governance Reforms to bring greater transparency and accountability:

It was suggested that:
a. Greater allowances and incentives be created by the State to promote sports as a career.
b. State Sports Bill be drafted and enacted so as to make district and state sports bodies accountable and transparent in their functioning by adopting good democratic principles and best international practices such as restricting the age and tenure of their office bearers, voluntary disclosures on sports authorities websites, bringing the, under the ambit of Right to Information Act, ensuring free and fair election, creation of state sports tribunal, athletes commission, ethics commission and election commission, among others.
c. Greater involvement of sportspersons and professionals in the administration of sports.
d. Every sports project or institution to have clearly laid out goals along with a scheme of rewards and consequences depending upon the performance.
e. Sports facilities be extended to athletes with special abilities.
Delhi Dialogue Commission now intends to examine every issue in greater detail in consultation with experts from the fields concerned and frame a policy that Government of Delhi could implement to promote and develop Sports in national capital territory of Delhi.

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Bihar Chief Minister, Sh. Nitish Kumar today called on Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal in his office Delhi Sachivalaya and wished him all success. He was accompanied by the Senior Leader K. C. Tyagi.
Dy. Chief Minister, Shri Manish Sisodia was also present on this occasion.
Both Arvind Kejriwal and Nitish Kumar exchanged views on day to day functioning and priorities of their governments in Delhi and Bihar respectively and shared their experiences.

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Must Read: Delhi Women & Child Development Minister Shri Sandeep Kumar inaugurated a camp ending ceremony of rescue and rehabilitation for runaway children at Gandhi Peace Foundation organized by a Bangalore based NGO, SATHI (Society for Assistance to Children in difficult situation) and supported by Department of Woman Child Development yesterday.
At the event, he emphasized on the role of parents in upbringing their children in the family and exhorted the need for greater involvement of all including society, NGOs to eradicate such problem related to the child.
In the ceremony, 35 children were restored back to their families in the presence of the Delhi’s Woman Child Development Minister. All these children were rescued from the railway platforms or the streets and belong to the age group of 13-16 years are the ones who have spent their lives on the railway platforms as well as on the street and have been into some form of substance abuse.
314 Children from New Delhi Railway Station were helped out of which 206 children were reunified with their families.
In February, a camp was started for children selected from New Delhi and Old Delhi railway station. There are a number of reasons for which a child runs away from home which includes work related issues, education related issues, search for freedom and independence. After going through one month of intensive camp which includes activities such as meditation, yoga, non-formal education classes, moral stories, cultural activities, and others about 15 children from camp and 15 children from shelter were interested to go back home and their addresses have been traced by Department of Woman Child Development supported by Sathi Staff along with the help of Delhi Police.
The parents of these children have been contacted and they are interested to take their child back to their home. Address tracing exercise was one of the critical components because about 60% of children do not remember their address as they got lost at a very young age and the children who remembered their addresses, their families have migrated. The parents of the children from camp whose address were traced are restored to their families to live back a normal life.

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Arvind Kejriwal Today launched E-Ration Cards facility for the residents of Delhi.
With launch of this facility Delhi has become the first and only State to have such facility.
Arvind Kejriwal said that ration is a right of the poor people and no corruption will be tolerated at all in denying this right to the people.
Do read this detailed press release and share widely.
Change is here.
Press Release:
Shri Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister, Delhi today launched e-Ration card facility and dedicated it to the people of Delhi in a function held in the Auditorium, Delhi Secretariat. The function was attended by Shri Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Gopal Rai, Minister of Transport & Development, Shri Asim Ahmed Khan, Minister of Food Supplies & Consumer Affairs, Shri Manoj Kumar, Parliamentary Secretary to Minister (Food Supplies & Consumer Affairs), Shri K.K. Sharma, Chief Secretary, Delhi, MLAs, Shri Gautam Ghosh, DDG, NIC, Secretaries, Heads of Departments and people in large number. With launch of this facility Delhi has become the first and only State to have such facility, in the country. Shri Arvind Kejriwal also presented e-Ration cards to some of the beneficiaries present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, Shri Arvind Kejriwal complemented the efforts of the Minister, and officers of the Department of Food Supplies & Consumer Affairs and NIC for putting in place such an innovative and citizen friendly facility. He said that e-Ration card will bring immense convenience to the people of Delhi as it will cut down the delays in preparation and delivery of ration cards to the beneficiaries. Now the beneficiaries can print the ration card as soon as it is approved by the Department.
As soon as the application for providing food security is approved by the Food Supply Officer concerned, a message will go on the mobile number of the beneficiary informing her about approval of her application and her ration card. The beneficiary can go to the portal of the Department enter the ration card number and other basic information and will be sent a password on her mobile phone. After entry of this password, the e-Ration card will be generated which can be stored in the electronic form and use to get ration. It can also be printed by the beneficiary from anywhere.
Shri Kejriwal also distributed e-Rashan Cards to five consumers of PDS Ms Resma, Madhu, Taslim Jahan, Kamar Jahan on the spot by clicking the mouse.
Shri Arvind Kejriwal further said that his Government is committed to eradicate corruption in the public distribution system. He further said that the strict action including registration of criminal cases will be taken and no one, indulging in diversion and black marketing of ration, shall be spared. He further said that many more e-governance initiatives will be launched including computerization of all the Fair Price Shops.
The Chief Minister recalled his days as an activist, when along with Mr Sisodia and other colleagues, had launched a struggle in 2001 to eradicate ration mafia from parts of Delhi, particularly Sundar Nagri, Nand Nagri, Harsh Vihar and other places.
The chief minister said that ration is a right of the poor people and no corruption will be tolerated at all in denying this right to the people.
Shri Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister appreciated the efforts of the Department in making the public distribution transparent and providing the facility to enable people to monitor the functioning of the 70 offices of the Department online. He said that the e-Ration card is unique and to him it is like a long cherished dream of providing ration cards to eligible people in a hassle free manner coming true with this initiative. He said that the Aam Aadmi Party’s Government is working hard in the field of e-governance and m-governance and a large number of services will soon be provided at the click of a button through the websites and through mobile phones.
Shri Sisodia commending the efforts of the Commissioner, Food and Supply, Shri S. S. Yadav, who also happens to be the Director, Information and Publicity advised him to launch a Publicity Campaign for percolating the message of availing this people friendly, long awaited facility to the common man.
Speaking on the occasion Shri Asim Ahmed Khan, Minister of Food Supplies & Consumer Affairs thanked the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister for their guidance and support. He said that the Government is aware of the problems being faced by the people in getting ration cards and monthly quota of ration and is taking strict action against people indulging in malpractices. The problems being faced by the people are resolved on priority through multiple channels including the Face Book, Ration Helpline No. 1967, What’s App facility by making extensive use of SMS and so on. I would like to make sure the Hon’ble Chief Minister that we will vigorously pursue our commitment to provide all services in the e-governance mode to the people and with minimum human interface and make the public distribution system very transparent, effective and corruption free.
Shri K.K. Sharma, Chief Secretary, Delhi said that he is really delighted that Delhi has become the first in the country today with the launch of e-Ration card facility by the Hon’ble Chief Minister. He further said that Delhi has taken a lead since beginning in implementation of the National Food Security Act and putting in place a robust e-governance system for the same. Today’s achievement is another feather in the cap.

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Minister for Tourism, Govt. of Delhi, Jitender Singh Tomar, along with Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Tourism, Alka Lamba, and Local MLA Gulab Singh, visited the Chhawla – Kanganheri, an Eco Tourism and Adventure Sports Complex developed by Delhi Tourism at Najafgarh drain.
This aesthetically landscaped complex is spread over 2.77 and 11.44 acres respectively, has a lot of potential to become one of the recreational projects with its board walk, camping and other facilities.
Sh. Tomar took stock of the available facilities at the site and lauded the efforts of Delhi Tourism and has expressed his view to have it operationalized for public leisure at the earliest. He further added that Delhiites yearning to indulge in water sports, camping, and soft adventure activities over a weekend need not go beyond the city limits now. They can have the same fun at the complex.
Alka Lamba said that there is a scope to further add more activities which the Govt. would look into at the earliest possible time.
Nestled amidst dense green foliage, the Kanganheri complex impressively showcases 12 raised platforms with integrated baths and toilets. The main idea behind this is to provide a camping space for Delhiites with emphasis on making it a ‘Green Camping Site’ for soft adventure activities.

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Congratulations to Saina Nehwal on becoming first Indian woman shuttler to reach World No 1 ranking.

Press Release: 28th March 2015
The National Council of the Aam Aadmi Party met on Saturday, March 28, 2015 and it took the following decisions and resolutions:
1.The meeting began with the address of National Convener Arvind Kejriwal, who outlined the political and organizational developments since the last National Council meet. During his address Mr. Kejriwal mentioned in detail about the Delhi Assembly elections, which gave the party an unprecedented mandate.
2.Following his address, a written resolution was presented to recall Mr. Yogendra Yadav, Mr. Prashant Bhushan, Mr. Anand Kumar and Mr. Ajit Jha from the National Executive for their anti-party activities. This written resolution signed by 167 members of the National Council was presented to the chair and was put to vote. The result of the voting is as follows:
a) Out of a total of 392 member of the National Council, 311 attended the meet.
b) 247 members voted in favour of the resolution to recall the four above mentioned members from the National Executive and signed the resolution.
c) 8 members voted against the resolution
d) 2 members filed written dissent
e) 54 members did not participate in voting, it includes those who walked out.
3. The National Council decided that the party would organize a protest against the Land Acquisition Ordinance outside Parliament on April 22.
4. The National Council unanimously rejected National Convener Arvind Kejriwal’s resignation.
5.The National Council has also authorized the PAC to take disciplinary action against any member who, without authorization, issues media statement against party line and decisions in a bid to tarnish the party’s image.
6. The National Council also decided that Council members, except District Convenors, could give their names to party’s National Secretary for organizational work with a detailed brief about their work. The PAC will accommodate these names in committees with a PAC member as Organizing Member of the committee.
7. The NC also decided to set committees to address the following issues:
A) Organization building across India
B) Volunteer engagement and their participation in decision making
C) Suggestion to Delhi government and their implementation
D) Contesting Elections in different states
E) Land Acquisition Ordinance Bill
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Aam Aadmi Party volunteers along with Mr. H. S. Phoolka in a Cycle rally on the Chandigarh Road, Ludhiana.

They are ready to fight against the corrupt regime and end this wastage of Public money.

Cycle Rally will be from Ludhiana To Chandigarh 100km (29 - 30 March)
To Join Call 0161- 2445501/2 
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